by Leslee Kulba
Wild West blogger
Right now, my brain is being fed with analysis of the debate from two channels. I don’t feel it is any of my business to engage in other-party primaries on the simple grounds that I respect rights to freedom of assembly. Republicans have a right to elect whatever they want to represent them. But I do despise some of the commentary. Certain media outlets consistently frame abject failure as “underperforming,” meaning, “Pay no attention to sensory input. Our candidate is always better than meets the eyes. We are the brokers of all truth. Low polling is precursive to meteoric rise. Great answers are idealistic, chance utterances or irrelevant absent funding from big donors.” We are told the guy who gets the most funding should win – because we know huge Democrat crossover will support candidates bankrolled by corporate personhood.